Greg Schiano Reported Apparent Sandusky Abuse To Tom Bradley According To McQueary Deposition

UPDATE (3:28 P.M.)

A representative of Tom Bradley released the following statement:

“At no time did Tom Bradley ever witness any inappropriate behavior. Nor did he have any knowledge of alleged incidents in the 80’s and 90’s. He has consistently testified as such. Any assertions to the contrary are false. When he became aware of the 2001 incident it had already been reported to the University administration years earlier.”

UPDATE (3:02 P.M.)

Greg Schiano issued a response to the McQueary testimony stating “I never saw any abuse, nor had reason to suspect any abuse, during my time at Penn State” according to Adam Schefter.


According to court documents released today from the Penn State Sandusky settlement lawsuit, former Defensive Backs coach Greg Schiano allegedly saw Jerry Sandusky “doing something to a boy in the shower” and reported it to former Linebacker/Special Teams coach Tom Bradley.

The allegation comes from Mike McQueary’s testimony which was released today along with other court documents. McQueary said that he “briefly discussed” with Bradley what he saw Sandusky doing in the showers with a boy, and that Bradley was “not shocked.”

According to the testimony, Bradley went on to say that in the early 1990s, Greg Schiano came into Bradley’s office “white as a ghost” and said that he just saw Sandusky “doing something to the boy in the shower.” McQueary added that that was all Bradley ever told him.

It is important to note that throughout the deposition McQueary stated uncertainty multiple times while trying to recall details from him encounters with Bradley stating “I can’t remember every single time Tom and I talked about Sandusky” and that he “couldn’t remember everything” about the encounters. There was also no cross-examination of McQueary’s testimony in the court documents.

Greg Schiano is currently the Defensive Coordinator and Associate Head Coach for Ohio State, while Bradley is the Defensive Coordinator for UCLA. Bradley is expected to release a statement regarding the matter later today.

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